Titles from TWELFTH NIGHT







Twelfth Night
W. Heath Robinson:
Shakespeare's Comedy of Twelfth Night or What You Will



(Allusion to title)
  • Clive Priestly: The Twelfth Night Murders
  • If music be the food of love, play on. (I,i)

    Duel
    William P. Frith: The Duel Scene from "Twelfth Night"
  • Anthony P. Cavallo: The Food of Love
  • Christopher Bond: The Food of Love
  • Julia Helen Twells: The Food of Love
  • Stephen Poliakoff: Food of Love
  • Michael De Cossart: The Food of Love: Princess Edmond De Polignac, 1865-1943, and Her Salon
  • Christopher Campling: The Food of Love: Reflections on Music and Faith
  • Adrian Ball, ed.: Food of Love: The Favorite Feasts of the World's Music-Makers
  • Jolang Chang: The Food of Love and Sex: The Tao of Loving, Living and Eating
  • O mistress mine, where are you roaming?
    O, stay and hear; your true love's coming,
    That can sing both high and low:
    Trip no further, pretty sweeting;
    Journeys end in lovers' meeting,
    Every wise man's son doth know.

    What is love? 'tis not hereafter;
    Present mirth hath present laughter;
    What's to come is still unsure;
    In delay there lies no plenty;
    Then come kiss me, sweet and twenty,
    Youth's a stuff will not endure. (II,iii)

    O mistress mine
    Edwin Austin Abbey:
    O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Roaming?
  • Ernest Farrar: O Mistress Mine
  • Eric H. Thiman: O Mistress Mine
  • Mary Howe: O Mistress Mine
  • Kingsley W. Tarpey: O Mistress Mine
  • Daniel Beltzhoover: O Mistress Mine
  • Robert Greenwood: O Mistress Mine
  • Terence Rattigan: O Mistress Mine
  • Mollie Hardwick: Lovers Meeting
  • A. Wright, ed.: Lovers Meeting
  • Laurence Housman: Lovers Meeting
  • Katharine Tynan: Lovers' Meeting
  • Eleanor Furneaux Smith: Lovers' Meeting
  • Noel Coward: Present Laughter
  • Malcolm Bradbury, ed.: Present Laughter
  • Floyd Dell: Sweet and Twenty
  • Mortimer Collins: Sweet and Twenty
  • Eleanor Everest Freer: Sweet and Twenty
  • Don Morro: Sweet and Twenty
  • Mary Farley Sanborn: Sweet and Twenty
  • Joan Smith: Sweet and Twenty
  • Paul Grabill: Youth's a Stuff Will Not Endure
  • Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous,
    there shall be no more cakes and ale? (II,iii)
  • W. Somerset Maugham: Cakes and Ale
  • The spinsters and the knitters in the sun
    And the free maids that weave their thread with
    bones
    Do use to chant it. (II,iv)
  • Algernon Gissing: Knitters in the Sun
  • Alice French: Knitters in the Sun
  • Come away, come away, death,
    And in sad cypress let me be laid;
    Fly away, fly away, breath;
    I am slain by a fair cruel maid. (II,iv)
  • John Kirkpatrick: Come Away, Death
  • Gladys Mitchell: Come Away, Death
  • A. G. Wilson: Come Away, Death
  • Agatha Christie: Sad Cypress
  • Peter Malloch: Fly Away Death
  • She never told her love,
    But let concealment, like a worm i' the bud,
    Feed on her damask cheek. (II,iv)
  • Ronald Pearsall: The Worm in the Bud
  • I am all the daughters of my father's house. (II,iv)


    Olivia
    Edmund Blair Leighton: Olivia
  • Ferdinand Gumbert: My Father's House
  • James M. MacDonald: My Father's House...
  • Shirley Eclov: My Father's House
  • Henri Toyat: My Father's House
  • Meyer Levin: My Father's House
  • Pierrepont Burt Noyes: My Father's House
  • Richard Holzapfel: My Father's House
  • Sylvia Fraser: My Father's House
  • James Northey: My Father's House
  • Yigal Allon: My Father's House
  • Jean-Guy Carrier: My Father's House
  • Kathleen Conlon: My Father's House
  • Philip B Kunhardt: My Father's House
  • Dedian Vanderstaay: My Father's House
  • Daylight and champaign discovers no more. (II,v)
  • G. M. Young: Daylight and Champaign
  • In my stars I am above thee; but be not afraid of greatness; some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em. (II,v)
  • Adela Rogers St. John: Some Are Born Great
  • Frank Swinnerton: Some Achieve Greatness
  • Why, this is very midsummer madness. (III,iv)

    Viola and Olivia
    Frederick Richard Pickersgill:
    Viola and the Countess
  • C. Armstrong Gibbs: Midsummer Madness
  • Raymond Buxton: Midsummer Madness
  • Langdon Dodge: Midsummer Madness
  • Morley Roberts: Midsummer Madness
  • Victor Wolfson: Midsummer Madness
  • Glenn Hughes: Midsummer Madness
  • Phyllis Taylor Pianka: Midsummer Madness
  • Christine Rimmer: Midsummer Madness
  • Lindsay Barbee: Midsummer Madness
  • Sterling North: Midsummer Madness
  • Clifford Bax: Midsummer Madness
  • Ellen Warner Kirk: Midsummer Madness
  • Emilia Pardo Bazan: Midsummer Madness
  • Emily Cameron: Midsummer Madness
  • Sean O'Faolain: Midsummer Night Madness and Other Stories
  • Jill Barnett et alia: Midsummer Night's Madness
  • What, man! defy the devil: consider, he's an enemy to mankind. (III,iv)
  • Sara Woods: Defy the Devil
  • If this were played upon a stage now, I could condemn it as an improbable fiction. (III,iv)
  • Sara Woods: An Improbable Fiction
  • This youth that you see here
    I snatch'd one half out of the jaws of death. (III,iv)
  • Grant Allen: The Jaws of Death
  • James Edwin Houston: The Jaws of Death
  • Lee Thayer: The Jaws of Death
  • Xavier Maniguet: The Jaws of Death
  • Colonel Mike Snook: Into the Jaws of Death
  • Dietrich Von Hildebrand: Jaws of Death, Gate of Heaven
  • Thus the whirligig of time brings in his revenges. (V,i)
  • Dola DeJong: The Whirligig of Time
  • Lloyd Biggle: The Whirligig of Time
  • Subodh Chandra Sen Gupta: Whirligig of Time
  • Wayland Williams: Whirligig of Time
  • Isabel Bolton: Whirligig of Time
  • David Christie Murray: Time's Revenges
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